Nov 28, 2019
We know when we trust a friend and when that trust has been broken, but can we put trust into words? In this episode, Alysa explores the concept of trust and the four “shoulds” of trust in friendship. Tune in to learn more about trust, or the lack thereof, as the core to friendships that are long-lasting and short-lived.
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Mellinger, G. D. (1956). Interpersonal trust as a factor of communication. The Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 52(3),304-309.
Pearse (1974) = My personal notes
Rempel, J. K., Ross, M, & Holmes, J. G. (2001). Trust and communicated attributions in close relationships. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 81(1),57-64. (Note: 1985 and 1989 quotes from this article as well).